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Noun
Equipment or gear designed for a particular purpose
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“This assists the contractor in selecting the appropriate rig for the job.”
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A person's costume, outfit, or style of dress
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“Officers and sailors who normally wear winter rig came to work in jeans, brightly colored shirts, and riding boots.”
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A structure used to drill for oil and other petroleum products like natural gas
“Hopaluk said three crews of five worked at the rig, along with a rig manager.”
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A carriage for carrying passengers, typically horse-drawn
“Two hunters had driven in a rig to the timber and had put their horse up in an old, log stable.”
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Any wheeled vehicle used to move goods or cargo
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Crane
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A practical joke or mischievous trick
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Tobacco or other substances, in a thin roll wrapped with paper, intended to be smoked
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A tractor-trailer with eighteen wheels, normally with two steerable wheels on the first axle and four wheels on two fixed axles of the tractor and two fixed four-wheel axles on the rear of the trailer
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An item of luggage
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A cunning act or scheme intended to deceive or outwit someone
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Two or more animals, especially horses, in harness together to pull a vehicle
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Oil platform
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To set up or outfit with the necessary equipment or configuration
“Mel had pointed the boat into the wind so that Al and Abe could show us how to rig her properly.”
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To assemble or set up, typically in a makeshift or hasty way
“On the pole, we could quickly rig a makeshift tent with ponchos.”
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To engineer a certain outcome, typically underhandedly
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“Even with his attempt to rig the results, Karzai still did not gain a majority.”
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To dress or adorn in a particular outfit or style
“Though, to be sure, what is one to expect of an old fellow who will go and rig himself out in silks and embroidery like a dancing-master?”
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To manipulate (a situation), typically in a way that is unfair or unscrupulous
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To equip something with machinery
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To contrive of (something) using skill or ingenuity
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To make use of
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To influence someone (usually dishonestly) in return for money
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To bias (the odds) towards a particular outcome
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To produce or bring about
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